Hebert

MIR serves as indicator of cancer disparities

James Hébert, epidemiology and biostatistics, examines the utility of employing mortality-to-incidence ratio as a measure to identify global disparities in colorectal cancer screening and treatment.

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Alumna wins Miss S.C. with public health platform

Arnold School alumna Sarah Weishuhn was featured in The State after winning Miss S.C. with a public health platform that encourages South Carolinians to live healthy lives and support causes for cancer research.

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Brain activity varies for active vs passive listening

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders’ Assistant Professor Roozbeh Behroozmand finds increased brain activity when listening to live speech sounds compared to playback sounds.

CDC

Undergraduates represent USC as ambassadors

Four undergraduate students, from public health and exercise science majors, represent the Arnold School by serving as ambassadors--holding open the “front door” to the university.

CDC

McKeown receives prestigious appointment

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention invites epidemiology and biostatistics’ Robert McKeown to serve on the Board of Scientific Counselors of the National Center for Health Statistics.

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Sui receives Breakthrough Star award

Assistant Professor Xuemei Sui, Department of Exercise Science, receives one of six 2015 Breakthrough Star awards in recognition of early career research and scholarship achievements.


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